Meridian Yoga and Ear Acupuncture to Shake Off Winter
and move in the direction of fresh possibilities
Saturday, March 18, 2023
Just as the crocuses push through the frozen earth we too will emerge from our winter’s slumber come springtime. Join Daniel Orlansky and acupuncturists Lynda Danzig and Ilana Margalit for a two-hour Spring Equinox workshop where we will shake off winter and move the energy in the direction of fresh possibilities. In Chinese medicine, spring is the wood element, ruled by the liver and gallbladder meridians. By allowing the wood element to flow through us, we acquire flexibility, and the clarity of vision to see our true direction.
Beginning with gentle breath work, meridian stretching and Qigong, students will finish in a restorative yoga position to receive an ear acupuncture treatment specifically designed to enhance the wood element, helping us grow to our full potential by balancing our energies.
The ear or auricular acupuncture treatment will last about 20–25 minutes. Ear acupuncture is based on the idea that the ear is a microsystem of the entire body. This idea originates from Ancient Chinese texts, and was developed more fully in the 1950s by Dr. Paul Nogier of France. The treatment offered at this workshop will use the points that calm the nervous system (Point Zero), relax the mind (Spirit Gate), and support emotional balance (the Auricular Liver Point.)
Time: 3:00 – 5:00 pm
Cost: $49 Limited to 16 students, but currently sold out.
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Acupuncture is an important part of Traditional Chinese Medicine that can be traced back to at least 2500 years ago, playing a pivotal role in preventing and treating diseases for thousands of years in China. Numerous types of research have shown that acupuncture can regulate nonspecific immune functioning.
QJM, An International Journal of Medicine
Lynda B. Danzig, L.Ac., M. Ac., is a practicing massage therapist and acupuncturist. She received her massage therapy training from the Institute of Therapeutic Studies in Santa Ana, CA, and her master’s degree in acupuncture from the New England School of Acupuncture in 2000. Lynda has been providing massage therapy and acupuncture in a variety of settings including her own private practice, Brigham and Women’s Hospital/Osher Clinical Care Center, and collaborating with allopathic and allied health partners. There have been unique opportunities as well, such as the L.A. marathon and clinical observations in the City Hospital in Wuhan, China and in Tibet. Lynda is currently at MCR Chiropractic and Rehab, formerly Cancro Chiropractic in Newton Highlands, MA.
Ilana Margalit, L.Ac., M.S., is a licensed acupuncturist, Chinese Herbalist, and Nourishment Counselor. She obtained her Master’s of Science in Traditional Chinese Medicine from the American College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in San Francisco, and also studied at the Zhe Zhiang College of Traditional Chinese Medicine in China. In private practice since 2004, she treats a variety of conditions, neck pain, back pain and anxiety are some of the most common. In addition, Ilana works with perinatal and menopause issues. As a nourishment counselor Ilana strongly believes that food is the one medicine we take every day, and that making wise food choices can have profoundly positive effects on our overall physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.